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    College of William & Mary
  Nov 21, 2017
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog

AFST 218 - Introduction to Caribbean Cultures & Identities

Fall (3) Osiapem (GER4 B)

The primary goal of this course is to explore scholarly research and cultural materials dealing with Caribbean identity. We will survey,examine, and discuss issues that bear on Caribbean identities including topics in contemporary language use and policy, literature, music, and other forms of popular media (television, radio, newspapers, etc.) to illustrate how various islands in the Caribbean identify and distinguish themselves from others. The course will focus on theory-based and research oriented information as well as critical essays and popular media that will provide you with knowledge to havean intelligent and informed discussion about issues dealing with Caribbean identities.